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  • Artist - Brian Clarke - Biography
    Brian Clarke is a British stained glass artist and painter, known for his large scale stained glass projects, his work in architectural art, and collaborations with major figures in contemporary architecture. He was born in Oldham, Lancashire, and aged 12, he applied for a place as the last intake of an education scheme existing in the North of England to enable artistically promising children to leave their secondary school and become full-time art students, and was accepted into Oldham School of Arts and Crafts on a scholarship. In 1974 Clarke was awarded the Winston Churchill Memorial Travelling Fellowship to study medieval and contemporary stained glass in Rome, Paris and West Germany, and in 1976 received the Churchill Extension Fellowship to study art and architecture in the United States. Paintings, stained glass, screenprints, mosaic and tapestry by Clarke can be found in architectural settings and private and public collections internationally, including the Tate, Victoria and Albert Museum, Seibu Museum of Art in Tokyo, and the Corning Museum of Glass, New York.
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